How to use this user interface
Use this page to view the videos captured during your sessions.
With the first dropdown menu, you can select either the live session or past sessions, if you downloaded the videos from the cameras to the hub.
With the "Previous" and "Next" buttons, you can move forward and backward through the video sets that are available. A video set is a collection of videos, one from each camera, that refers to the same moment in time. You can also pick a specific set by using the numerical dropdown menu.
Use the "Download" button to download a zip file (on the device you are browsing from) containing the current video set.
Next, use the "1x" dropdown menu to change the global playback speed (this applies to all videos).
The "Play", "Pause" and "Rewind" buttons are global controls to play, pause, rewind (to the start) all videos at the same time.
To move back all videos by 20ms, 100ms and 1s, use the "<", "<<" and "<<<" buttons.
To move forward all videos by 20ms, 100ms and 1s, use the ">", ">>" and ">>>" buttons.
Use the "Resync" button to synchronise the videos on the current frame positions and save their timestamps on the browser device.
Use the "Reload" button to load the time position of all videos previously saved by the "Resync" function.
To hide any of the camera views, use the toggle buttons that are labelled after the names (CAMnn) of the cameras.
Video local controls
The semi-transparent bar on the top-left corner of each photo image provides some information related to it, namely: (1) name of the camera, (2) video set index, (3) video framerate, (4) video resolution, (5) start time (in ms), (6) end time (in ms), (7) total video duration (in ms), (8) date and time of capturing, (9) a direct hyperlink to the location of the video that can be used to download it on the browser device.
(1) Video playback speed, (2) Fullscreen mode, (3) Current time (in sec), (4) Synchronise all the other videos to the current time of this video.
Step back/forward video by 1 or 5 frames.